How to become SpiceJet Cabin Crew

Feb 25, 2020 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/09/2020)

If you are hoping to become SpiceJet Cabin Crew you will need to make sure you meet all of their criteria and successfully complete their application process.

Requirements

Before making an application, you need to make sure you meet the requirements. If you don’t your application won’t progress, and you will be rejected early on. The requirements to become SpiceJet Cabin Crew are:

  • SpiceJet look primarily for candidates who are 18-27 years old.
  • Minimum height of 155cm.
  • Your weight should be proportionate to your weight.
  • Unmarried candidates are preferred.
  • Must have passed 10+2 from a recognised board/university.
  • They only hire female Cabin Crew.

Application

SpiceJet hold a number of walk in interview. However, you can register for these on the SpiceJet careers website. You will need to complete a simple form including your basic details, experience, passport details and upload a copy of your CV and educational certificates. It is important that your CV highlights your skills and meets the needs of the airline – take a look at the post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV‘. If you meet the requirements of the airline, you will then be invited to attend one of the interview days.

Group Interview

The first stage of the SpiceJet Cabin Crew interview process is a group interview. You will be divided into groups and then asked to introduce yourself. After the introductions, you will then be given a question or topic to discuss with your group. During the discussion the recruiter will be watching how you interact with your group and how confident you are at presenting your ideas.

Checks

If you pass the initial group interview, you will then take part in a number of checks to ensure you meet the basic SpiceJet Cabin Crew criteria. Firstly, they will check your skin to make sure you don’t have any visible tattoos or obvious scars. You will then have your height and weight measured to ensure you are at least 155 cm tall and that your weight is in proportion to your height.

Personal Interview

The final part of the SpiceJet Cabin Crew interview process, is a personal interview. You will be asked a number of questions based on your CV and experience. It is also likely that you will be asked why you want to work as SpiceJet Cabin Crew. It is therefore essential that you have researched the airline well before attending. Take a look at our FREE Cabin Crew Interview Question Guide for example questions and answers!

Are you hoping to become SpiceJet Cabin Crew? I’d love to hear from you, leave your comments down below!

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  1. Sneha R

    Yes.. I am very much interedted

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